Better basal insulin, neuropathy detectors, cat CGMs, and more.
A diabetes doctor confronts the limits to what she can do to help her patients.
Columnist Alyssa Tangerine details how a government policy curbing test strip reimbursement can hurt people with diabetes.
A pharmaceutical company hints it has created a room-temperature liquid glucagon that performs as well as powdered glucagon.
Best of 2014 – #3: Teens are getting to try the artificial pancreas. What are the odds they make fewer errors with the new technology than adults?
Thousands of people with diabetes have been exposed to bloodborne pathogens. How can we prevent it?
Diabetes care plans lead to better health outcomes. So why don’t more people with diabetes have them?
Could regenerative therapy, combined with immunotherapy, be the next leap forward?
The Juvenile Diabetes Cure Alliance wants a practical cure now, and they aren’t afraid to ruffle some feathers to get it.
Researchers are trying to discover why Finland has 6 times the rate of Type 1 diabetes of Russia.
Studies show people with diabetes are more at risk of hypoglycemia during hospital stays. What’s behind the trend and how can we lower the risk?
A new initiative called One Florida gets diabetes researchers across the state to work together for a cure.
Can you name all the hormones needed for good blood glucose control? If not, you’re not alone.
An FDA panel clears Mannkind’s inhalable insulin to take off, but will Afrezza gain altitude or fall flat?
Take a video peek into the Diabetes Research Institute’s efforts to create safe haven for transplanted islets.
Researchers have found better ways to use transplanted islet cells to help people with T1 produce insulin again.
A noted endocrinologist says we know enough to make people with T1 insulin independent again.
In an era of tight budgets, crowdsource fundraising helps advance T1 tech and treatments.
Needle fear gets in the way of insulin therapy. Will Medtronic’s i-port provide relief from being a pincushion?
An inaccurate BG reading can kill. Diabetes researchers and activists are pushing for tighter test strip standards.
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